Archive for April, 2012

How To Fix A Broken Business Model – Don’t Lie

How To Fix A Broken Business Model – Don’t Lie

Posted on 09. Apr, 2012 by .

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Hey, everybody. Rocco Castellano here again for this series about how to fix a broken business model. Now, in the other two videos, I explained about admitting the problem, understanding the problem, listening and then spending time and helping people get peace of mind.

And part of that, the necessary progression in understanding this whole thing – because it’s about how you do business and when you do business, if you don’t do business in an ethical fashion, if you’re doing business in a way that is basically tricking people or manipulating people and basically all manipulation has – all trickery or whatever is basically lying.

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In the life of 7-Figure Sam – Lessons Learned In March 2012

In the life of 7-Figure Sam – Lessons Learned In March 2012

Posted on 08. Apr, 2012 by .

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Hey Super Trainers ;) Hope you had a wonderful Easter weekend with your family. By the time you read this I will be in New York’s Time square for the Brendon Burchard’s 10X event. This is an extremely exclusive and expensive event (10K for 3 days). Thanks to my man Jeff “Jet Setter” Sherman for talking me into making this investment. (It took him all of 30 seconds) I am looking forward meeting up with my east coast friends David Peterson, Kaiser Serujaddin, Thomas Furious, Mike Salvietti and AJ Mirhzad. I have to be honest… March has been one of the hardest months in recent years. And I loved every minute of it ;) Well let me explain…. I live my life by…… ” I don’t choose to be a common man. I want to be better tomorrow than today. And through a commitment to work and discipline, but mostly hard work. I’ll be a little more content, and a little different from the average guy” – J. Robinson My Personal Life 1) Wifey: All men know one thing and that is happy wife = happy life. So after a few weeks of craziness and launching four new products it […]

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Words of Wisdom  from Vince Lombardi

Words of Wisdom from Vince Lombardi

Posted on 08. Apr, 2012 by .

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Few motivational speakers and coaches have inspired as many people as Vince Lombardi. Perhaps it was his irate tirades and military-style discipline acquired at West Point. Maybe it was his intolerance for losers and quitters or the way he rattled off memorable quotes that would define the essence of leadership and achievement for years to come. Whatever the case may be, I love that his last dying words were “I wish I could have done more.” The man was never settled. He lived life to the fullest and was very mindful of finding new ways to win – whether it be coaching football, penning books or public speaking. His quote mentioned above shows that winning is not an accident, but rather, a mindful blend of your thoughts, beliefs, words, actions, habits and character. I believe the converse is also true. Losing is also a habit that is perpetuated by negative thoughts, ignorant words, incompetent actions, bad habits and poor character. Many people are not even aware of how this all comes together.   Late actress Lana Turner may have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but her personal life could be considered a Hollywood Walk of Shame. With […]

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That’s Impossible!

That’s Impossible!

Posted on 07. Apr, 2012 by .

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Science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke said there were three basic laws about speculating on the future. When a distinguished but elderly scientist states that something is possible, he is almost certainly right. When he states that something is impossible, he is very probably wrong. The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible. Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.   In 1903, astronomer Simon Newcomb was quoted as saying, “Flight by machines heavier than air is unpractical and insignificant, if not utterly impossible.” Two months later, Orville and Wilbur Wright flew their first airplane. In 1956, British Astronomer Royal Richard van der Riet Woolley told Time Magazine, “[Space travel] is utter bilge. I don’t think anybody will ever put up enough money to do such a thing… What good would it do us? If we spent the same amount of money on preparing first-class astronomical equipment we would learn much more about the universe… It is all rather rot.” One year later, Sputnik launched. Five years later, the Apollo program was underway. Thirteen years later, humans landed on the moon. In 1932, Albert Einstein announced, […]

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Discipline Is A Fallible Trait

Discipline Is A Fallible Trait

Posted on 06. Apr, 2012 by .

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Many of us pride ourselves on being disciplined. We have the discipline to be faithful to our spouses, to maintain a regular workout regimen, to eat healthy, to manage our time wisely or to reach a goal we’ve set. Disciplined people aim for Spartan-like discipline in all that they do. We know that disciplined people are winners and that, likewise, people who lack discipline are unable to achieve anything worthwhile in life. Yet, that being said, trouble inevitably arises when we begin to take discipline for granted. We presume that, because we are disciplined people, we will always stick to our guns and meet with success. We think that we can do anything and our discipline will get us through. We must realize that discipline is a fallible trait – that if we put ourselves in enough sticky situations, eventually we will falter.   Don’t put yourself in a situation where you’re having too many drinks with a member of the opposite sex you’ve just met. Don’t invite someone to your hotel room or home when your significant other is away. Make a firm commitment to reaffirm your relationship every day. Create a regular schedule of days and times you […]

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